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rehabilitation Rehabilitation is the process of helping someone adjust to life after prison.
workhouse The workhouse was where the destitute were sent to work off debts.
borstal A borstal was a prison for young offenders.
vagrancy Vagrancy was the crime of travelling around and begging.
vagabondage Vagabondage is another word for vagrancy.
moral A moral crime goes against the moral standards set by a society.
social A social crime is something that most people do not consider to be wrong but which is still against the law.
hue Hue and cry refers to how people raised the alarm after a crime by shouting and crying.
cry Hue and cry refers to how people raised the alarm after a crime by shouting and crying.
Murdrum Under Norman law, when a Norman was killed, the whole community was required to pay a Murdrum fine.
fine Under Norman law, when a Norman was killed, the whole community was required to pay a Murdrum fine.
wergild In Saxon times, wergild was compensation paid to victims.
tithing A tithing was a group of ten who were each responsible for each other's behaviour.

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rehabilitation
workhouse
borstal
vagrancy
vagabondage
moral
social
hue
cry
Murdrum
fine
wergild
tithing

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